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First hour: Ken Meyercord hosts the Civil Discord Show on Washington, DC cable TV. Ken is has been written up as a holocaust revisionist by the Washington Post (among other honors and accolades). Ken recently asked hard questions at an event hosted by neocon-Zionist think tank WINEP (Washington Institute for Near East Policy) whose director has called for a false flag to launch a war against Iran for Israel.
“At the 31:50 mark: https://youtu.be/41_S8CHA-7M?t=31m50s (The speaker had mentioned that Iran spends 1 billion dollars a year on its proxies, so I thought it would put things in perspective to learn how much the Arab Gulf States (Saudi Arabia, Qatar, UAE) spend on rebel groups in Syria. I didn’t know it was a state secret!)
“To his credit, and thanks to a lot of time still on the clock and no hands raised but mine, the moderator let me ask a second question (at the 45:35 mark): https://youtu.be/41_S8CHA-7M?t=45m35s (If you listen to the response, you’ll gain insight into the meaning of the word “mealy-mouthed”)
“Later that same day at another event on Iran’s proxies I got to ask another question (at the 4:38:35 mark ): https://youtu.be/WKl6McitlCI?t=4h38m35s
“Decide for yourself which story is more believable (and do look at a map as the panelist suggests):
“(1) The Iranians have dug a 1500-mile tunnel from Teheran to the Yemeni capital, Sana, under the Persian Gulf and across Saudi Arabia; the missiles have been transported from Oman to northern Yemen across 1000 miles of trackless, barren desert without being detected (or confiscated by al-Qa’ida, which controls most of eastern Yemen); or they have managed to evade the Saudi-led, US-assisted naval blockade of the port of Hodeida, then be transported by truck over a mountain road which has been largely rendered impassable by bombing, again without being detected
“(2) The Houthis are firing modified Russian Scud missiles which the Yemeni military has had in its arsenal for decades (see http://missiledefenseadvocacy.org/missile-threat-and-proliferation/missile-proliferation/yemen/)